London Theatres New Edition

Author: Michael Coveney
Editor: Frances Lincoln
ISBN: 0711252629
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Leading drama critic Michael Coveney invites you on a tour of over 50 of London's most iconic and important theatres, with stories of the architecture and the productions which have defined each one. Sumptuous photographs by Peter Dazeley of the public areas, auditoriums and backstage areas complete the picture.
London Theatres (New Edition)
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Michael Coveney
Categories: London (England)
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-29 - Publisher: Frances Lincoln

Leading drama critic Michael Coveney invites you on a tour of over 50 of London's most iconic and important theatres, with stories of the architecture and the productions which have defined each one. Sumptuous photographs by Peter Dazeley of the public areas, auditoriums and backstage areas complete the picture.
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